Bethlehem Steel Subsidiaries Name Collins And Coulahan

Two New York City office appointments in the water transportation subsidiary companies of Bethlehem Steel Corporation were announced by Steven M.

Moodie, vice p r e s i d e n t , water transportation services.

George W. Collins was named assistant vice president of Interocean Shipping Company, Steamship Service Corporation, and Yenore Transportation Company, all wholly owned subsidiaries of Bethlehem Steel. He succeeds Anthony J. Germano, who retired May 31.

John P. Coulahan was appointed manager of chartering for the same companies, the position formerly held by Mr. Collins.

Mr. Collins, a graduate of Seton Hall University, joined the New York offices of the water transportation subsidiary compa- nies in 1954, serving as a clerk in the bulk ore operating department.

In 1960, he was appointed senior transportation assistant, serving in several capacities until 1964, when he was named East Coast freight representative for Calmar Steamship Corporation.

He later served Calmar as its manager of market development.

Mr. Collins became manager of the chartering department in 1975.

Mr. Coulahan, a graduate of St. John's University, joined the water transportation subsidiaries in New York in 1952, serving a s transportation assistant.

He was transferred to Sparrows Point, Md., in 1962, and was promoted to manager of domestic operations in 1963. He served in that capacity until 1972, when he was appointed to head marine p e r s o n n e l at Sparrows Point.

Transferred to New York in 1975, he was named manager of planning and assistant manager of chartering.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 25,  Sep 1977

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